Smart sock monitors infant vitals, movements

08/27/2013 | VentureBeat

Owlet Baby Care has developed a baby's sock that parents can use to gather data about their child's vitals, including heart rate and blood oxygenation levels, as well as sleep position. The sock is equipped with advanced devices such as a four-sensors pulse oximeter to measure heart rate and skin temperature as well as an accelerometer to monitor the baby's movements.

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